MA Moving Average Moving Average is the most easy and popular trading strategy to the technical traders. It can be used to confirm trend, identify resistance or support levels, and help developing new trading systems. As of today, we track and calculate the stock performance of a short-term 5-day to long-term day Simple Moving Average strategy, which is called MA strategy in our system.
A short-term moving average is defined as a 5-day SMA. A long-term simple moving average is defined as a day SMA. And the stock will be sold at Here is an example of a BUY signal generated by the system. As you can see the 5-Day SMA And the stock will be bought at But, unfortunately, it also proves that you may lose tons of money by just simply following the trading signals it generated by the system. Personally, I don't believe there is "the one" strategy we can use to make a profit on every stocks on the market.
That is because you can easily get the picture on how it does from Yahoo. Posted by techgeek at 1: The 5-Day SMA is the average price of a 5 days' close prices. The Day SMA is the average price of a 10 days' close prices. How do we trade with the MA strategy? How does it work with individual stocks? Why not using days to trade? Newer Post Older Post Home. About Me techgeek I'm a technical geek in both stock market and computer world.
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